Rabbi Meir Kahana speaks at a Bnai Noach Conference 1990 #6





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Published on Jun 2, 2009

The Late Rabbi and the Noahides: Rabbi Kahana speaks at Noahide Conference

Rabbi Meir David Kahana (1932-1990) addresses Gentile Torah-believers (b'nai no'ach, or noahides) at the First International Conference of the Descendants of Noah, held in the Tarrant County Covention Center in Forth Worth, Texas, on Monday, April 30, 1990.

Produced by Vendyl Jones and Vendyl Jones Research Institutes.

For more information on the conference, go to http://1stcovenant.com/pages/BNhistor...

For more information on the Noahide Covenant (the Biblical First Covenant), the interconnections between Noahism and Judaism, and the Torah's universalism, go to http://1stcovenant.com/

Read The Rainbow Covenant: Torah and the Seven Universal Laws

About six months after his engagement in Fort Worth, in New York City, Rabbi Kahana was murdered by the same criminal conspirators who later bombed the World Trade Center - the first major attack on the Trade Center, before 9/11 - on November 5, 1990.


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